Instructions for Use
Instructions for Use
KFL850
Washing machine
Thank you for your confidence in purchasing our
washing machine, and congratulations on the
excellent choice.
Your new washing machine meets the requirements
of modern treatment of laundry. It is rational in the
consumption of energy, water and washing agents.
Our appliances are friendly to the environment.
Some of the materials may be recycled, others
deposited or decomposed. To avoid pollution
on the environment, once your appliance is no
longer useful, take it to your local authorised waste
appliance dealer.
Description of washing machine ..................... 3
Cautions ............................................................. 4
Installation and connection .............................. 6
Operation ........................................................ 10
Tips for washing and saving energy ............. 19
Cleaning and maintenance ............................. 21
Failures............................................................. 24
Tables ............................................................... 27
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Description of washing machine
1. Front panel
2. Detergent dispenser
3. Door
4. Filter lid
Technical information
5. Adjustable legs
6. Water outlet hose
7. Water inlet hose
8. Mains power cable
Dimensions (w x d x h):
600 mm x 600 mm x 850 mm
Depth with door open: 106 cm
Weight (net): 77 kg
Nominal voltage: 240 V, 50 Hz
Power: 2300 W
Max. load: 6.5 kg
Power socket: (240 V, 50 Hz, 10 A)
Water pressure: min. 0,05 MPa, max. 0,8 MPa
Fuse: 10 A
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Cautions
• Be sure to remove transport brackets prior
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to first use of the appliance. Attempted
operation of the blocked machine may result in
irreparable damage which is not covered by the
manufacturer’s warranty!
When connecting your washing machine to water
supply, be sure to use brand new water inlet hose
and appropriate sealing gaskets (attached).
Do not locate the machine in a room with
temperature below 0°C. Parts of the machine may
be damaged if frozen.
Install the washing machine in a perfectly
horizontal position, on solid flat concrete floor.
Follow the instructions for correct installation and
water and mains connections.
Never immerse the end of the drain hose into the
draining water.
Prior to starting the washing cycle lock the door
by pressing them at the designated spot.
Door may not be opened during the washing
cycle.
Use only detergents and softeners for
machine wash. Manufacturer may not assume
responsibility for any damage and eventual
discoloring of gaskets and plastic components as
a consequence of incorrect use of bleach and/or
colouring agents.
For removal of lime residues use such agents
with added anti-corrosion agents. Follow the
manufacturer’s instructions. Finish the lime
removal by multiple rinsing to remove completely
eventual acid residues.
Never use detergents containing solvents, as
there is a danger of creating toxic gasses which
may damage the machine and result in ignition or
explosion.
Upon completion of washing operation close the
water tap.
• Before any transport, block the machine by
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inserting at least one transport blocking rod. Prior
to this operation disconnect the appliance from
the mains power!
Rating plate with basic information is located
above the opening of the machine.
The symbol on the product or on its
packaging indicates that this product
may not be treated as household waste.
Instead it shall be handed over to the
applicable collection point for the recycling
of electrical and electronic equipment.
By ensuring this product is disposed of
correctly, you will help prevent potential
negative consequences for the environment
and human health, which could otherwise
be caused by inappropriate waste
handling of thisproduct. For more detailed
information about recycling of this product,
please contact your local city office, your
household waste disposal service or the
shop where you purchased the product.
This appliance is not intended for use by
young children or infirm persons unless
they have been adequately supervised by a
responsible person to ensure that they can
use the appliance safely.
Young children should be supervised
to ensure that they do not play with the
appliance.
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Installation and connection
In removing the wrapping, be careful not to
damage the appliance with a sharp object.
Package removal
• Our appliances are packed in environmentally
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Removal of transport
brackets
friendly materials which may be recycled,
deposited or decomposed without any threat to
the environment.
To this end all wrappings are marked accordingly.
• Move the hoses.
• Loosen screws A at the rear of the machine
(Fig. 1).
• Remove the brackets B (Fig. 1) and slide them
into the groove on the blocking rod (Fig. 2) - the
right one should be turned around.
• Use the brackets to rotate blocking rods for 90°
and pull them out.
• Close the openings with attached plastic pegs.
Save transport brackets for eventual later use.
Be sure to remove the transport brackets
prior to first use, otherwise the appliance
may be permanently damaged. In such
cases the warranty conditions are void.
Fig. 2
Fig. 1
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Fig. 2
Levelling the appliance
• Put the appliance in a horizontal position by
turning the adjustable legs.
The legs are adjustable up to +/- 1 cm.
The floor below the appliance must be dry
and clean, otherwise the appliance may
slide.
• If you have a tumble dryer of the same
dimensions, you can place it on top of the
washing machine.
To ensure correct operation of the
appliance, water pressure inlet must be
between 0,05 and 0,8 MPa.
Water inlet connection
Minimum water pressure can be
established by measuring the quantity of
poured out water. 3 litres of water must be
poured out from completely opened tap in
15 seconds.
• Insert the gasket with screen into the water inlet
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hose thread. Screw the hose thread to the water
faucet.
In case of hot and cold water connection, connect
one hose to cold and the other to the hot water
faucet marked at the rear of the appliance (letters C
and H) (C - cold; H - hot).
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Water outlet connection
• Fix the outlet hose
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Connection to Power
Supply
to the wall drain outlet
(diameter min. 4 cm).
Wall drain must be installed properly and must
enable occasional cleaning.
Fasten the outlet hose support with a piece of
rope fed through the hose elbow to prevent the
hose from slipping to the floor.
The end of the outlet hose should be placed
between minimum 60 cm and maximum 100 cm
above the floor level.
Connect the appliance to the power supply with the
cord provided.
A three pin, switched, earthed power point less than
1500mm from the back of the machine is required.
Rated voltage, frequency and other data are listed
on the rating plate on the back of the machine.
Check that the supplied electrical voltage is the
same as on the rating sticker.
Your washing machine should be earthed and
connected to the power supply according to local
electricity supplier regulations and standards.
If the supply cord of this appliance is
damaged, it must be replaced by the special
cord, part no. G 360440, available from your
nearest spare parts centre (refer to guarantee
and service guide).
CAUTION: If this appliance is supplied
from a cord extension set or electrical
portable outlet device, the cord extension
set or electrical portable outlet device must
be positioned so that it is not subject to
splashing or ingress of moisture.
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Operation
A
B
C
D
E
F
- program selector
- Spin speed reduction
- Quick
- Water plus
- Rinse hold
- START/PAUSE knob
Program selector
Signal LED’s:
- washing program stages
• wash
• rinse
• spin
- Child lock
Basic programs
Cotton
Pre-wash
Intensive
Easy ironing
Rinse
Synthetics
Pre-wash
Conditioning
Delicate
Drain
Wool
Spin
Hand wash
Mix
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Partial programs
Washing procedure
- Open the door of the machine.
Door is opened by pulling the handle (lever) on
the right hand side of the door towards you.
• Sort the laundry by the type of fabrics.
• Load the laundry into the drum.
• Close the door.
• Open the water inlet tap.
• Push the ON/OFF button and select the program.
• Add washing and treatment agents (detergent and
softener).
• Start the operation by pushing the START knob (F).
Do up buttons and zippers, tie strings and
pull out pockets.
Very delicate laundry should be put in a
special protective laundry bag.
It is suggested to load the drum with items
of different sizes.
Pay attention to the labels on clothes
which indicate the recommended washing
mode (see table of textile treatment
symbols on the last page of these
instructions).
Washing machine
operation
Program is selected by turning the program selector
(A) from the “0” position to the desired washing
program. The ON/OFF signal LED indicating
particular washing stage for the chosen program
starts flashing. The program selector (A) may
be turned in both directions, and the appropriate
program selected according to the type of laundry
washed and the required washing temperature (see
Program Chart for help). You may select basic or
partial programs.
Select additional functions by pressing their relevant
knobs.
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- Selection of basic programs ( , , , , , )
Basic programs represent integral programs
containing all washing stages, including softening
and spinning (see Program Chart Page 27).
Programs are selected by turning the program
selector (A) to the appropriate position.
Cottons: whites/coloured
Normally stained cotton and flax bed linen
underwear, table cloths, bathroom towels, top
garments, etc.
For heavily stained permanent press use the heavy
duty program, or program with a pre-wash .
If you wish the laundry not to be excessively
creased at the end of washing, use the easy ironing
program .
Synthetics - Permanent Press
Normally stained shirts, blouses and other polyester
and polyamide garments, or a mixture of these
fabrics with cotton.
For heavily stained permanent press use program
with pre-wash .
Delicates
This program is for delicate fabrics (dresses, skirts,
blouses) and curtains.
Wool
Especially gentle program for washing wool and
garments made from a mixture of other fabrics with
wool, appropriately marked for machine washing.
Hand wash
Very gentle program concluded with a short gentle
spin (max. 400 RPM).
It is suitable for washing fabrics from flax, silk, wool
or viscose, marked accordingly for hand wash.
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Mix
Special program for washing normally stained
coloured laundry made from various resistant fabrics
at 30°C.
- Selection of additional function
( , , , )
Additional functions alter the basic washing cycle
procedure. Particular function is switched on
by pressing the relevant knob. The selection is
confirmed with sound signal and switching on the
signal LED above the selected function. If certain
function is not available for the selected program,
signal LED will not illuminate.
The function is switched off by pressing the same
button again - signal LED goes off.
Select the particular function after the
selection of the basic program, but prior
pressing the START button (F).
Rinse hold (E)
• This function is switched on after the selection of
a basic program by pressing the knob (E). It may
also be switched on during the operation, prior to
the last rinse. Indicator LED above the washing
cycle symbol is lit.
• The program stops at the end of last rinse, prior
to spinning: laundry remains soaked in water and
prevents creases, if you are unable to remove
laundry from the drum immediately after the end
of the washing cycle.
• Indicator LED above the knob is flashing.
• The selected program is completed by pushing
the START button (F), but you may also apply
partial programs (pumping or spinning), but you
must first return the program selector (A) to the “0”
position for at least one second, prior to selecting
any of the partial programs.
• When program continues, indicator LED above
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the knob goes off.
Water plus (D)
• For a better rinse, which is important for skin extra
sensitive to detergents.
• For washing heavily stained laundry.
Quick program (C)
• Convenient for washing less stained laundry.
• Washing time is reduced (see Program chart).
Spin speed reduction (B)
• Reduction of spin RPM depends on program
selection and maximum RPM for particular type of
machine.
Basic programs
Spin speed - RPM
max.
reduced
Cotton
800
500
Synthetics , Mix
800
600
Delicate
700
0
Wool
600
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Hand wash
400
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- Selection of partial programs ( , , , )
These are independent programs and may be used
when you do not need the entire washing program.
In case you would like to use more additional
programs in a sequence, you must turn off the
appliance prior any new program selection (turn the
program selector to “0” for at least one second).
Rinse
Independent program for rinsing delicate laundry,
without intermediate spinning and with short final
spin. You may use it for rinsing hand washed
delicate laundry.
You may engage the reduced spin RPM knob.
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Conditioning
This program is intended for softening, bleaching or
impregnating washed laundry. It is completed with
an aggressive spin at high RPM.
You may engage the reduced spin RPM knob.
Drain
Use when the washing program was interrupted or
if the rinse hold function was engaged, and you only
wish to pump the water out of the drum, without
spinning.
Spin
Aggressive spinning for non-delicate laundry at high
spin RMP.
You may engage the reduced spin RPM knob.
- Adding washing and softening agents
(see Tips for washing and energy saving)
• pre-wash compartment
• main wash compartment
• softener compartment
If you do not select a program which includes the
pre-wash feature, you may add washing detergent
directly into the drum, using the measuring vessel.
When adding softener, be careful to fill the
dispenser only up to the marked level.
Be sure to close the detergent dispenser
when opening/closing the appliance door.
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Start the operation
• Push the START button (F). Sound signal
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confirms the start, and the LED indicating
particular washing stages stops flashing. The
machine starts operating after a few seconds. If
the door is not properly closed after starting the
operation, the washing stage indicator LED starts
flashing again after a few seconds. When you
close the door, the machine initiates the selected
program.
As each washing stage is completed the relevant
washing stage indicator LED goes off and the
subsequent one goes on.
In case you would like to alter the washing
program after the initiated washing operation,
turn the program selector for one second to the
position “0”, followed by the selection of a new
program. Switching the machine off deletes any
previously selected additional functions (i.e. Rinse
hold), so they have to be reactivated.
Upon switching OFF, all additional preselected functions are deleted; therefore
they must be switched-ON again.
If a power failure occurs during the
washing program, when the power is
restored the machine will resume the
execution of a program where it had been
interrupted.
- End of operation
Flashing LED’s for particular washing stages
indicate that the program has completed.
• Sound signal indicates that you may now open
the door of the machine.
• Extract the laundry from the drum and remove
any alien objects from the door gasket.
• Leave the door ajar to allow the interior to dry.
• Close the water inlet tap.
• Switch the machine off by turning the program
selector to position “0”.
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Interruptions
• By the user
Selecting RINSE HOLD function
Program is stopped when it comes to the RINSE
HOLD stage (drum door remains closed all the
time). Indicator LED above the knob (E) starts
flashing. Washing procedure is continued by
pressing the START knob (F).
Own (physical) interruption
You may stop the program by turning the program
selector to the position “0”. If there is water in the
drum select one of additional programs (drain, spin)
to empty the water and terminate the program.
PAUSE knob
By pressing the PAUSE knob (F) program may
be suspended at any time. After certain time you
may open the door if there is no water in the drum,
otherwise this is not possible. Program is continued
by pressing the START knob (F).
• Failures
Program is suspended in case a failure occurs.
Signal LED’s are flashing and sound signal is
heard (see Failures page 24).
• Power failure
If a power failure occurs the washing program is
interrupted, and when the power is restored. The
program is automatically resumed where it was
interrupted.
If a power failure occurs when the drum is
still full of water, be careful not to open the
door before you pump the water out.
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Special functions
• Child lock
- It is switched on by simultaneously pressing
the water plus (D) and Quick program knob
(C) for at least 3 seconds. Selection is
confirmed by the sound signal and illuminated
signal LED. The function is switched off
following the same procedure.
- As long as the child lock function is engaged
you may not alter the program or additional
functions. You may merely switch off the
machine by turning the program selector (A) to
the position “0”. Child lock remains active even
after the appliance is switched off, and you
have to disengage it if you want to select a new
washing program.
• Setting the sound signal
The appliance has the possibility of setting
stronger sound signal. Press the spin speed
reduction knob and switch the machine on. The
selection of the function is confirmed by the sound
signal. The function is disengaged following the
same procedure.
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Tips for washing and energy saving
• Before washing sort out the laundry according
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to the type, degree of dirtiness and colour
resistance.
Prior to selecting the washing program consult
the laundry tab of the germent with information on
washing of the garment (see Maintenance Chart
on Page 29).
Wash separately new coloured textile products
when washing for the first time.
Wash heavily soiled laundry in small quantities
and add more detergent.
Treat stubborn stains with special stain remover. It
will save energy.
With lightly stained laundry select a washing
program without a pre-wash. Use a short program
and select lower washing temperature. This way
you can save up to 50% of energy.
Avoid washing too little quantities of laundry
because of energy saving and for better
performances of the appliance.
The largest allowed quantity of dry laundry is
indicated in the Program chart.
Before washing empty pockets, close zips
fasteners, and remove any metal fasteners or
badges that might clog the drain or damage the
laundry or drum interior.
Loosen stacked laundry prior inserting it into the
drum.
Use only detergents for front load machine wash.
Add powder or liquid detergents according to the
manufacturer’s instructions.
In case of hard water it is recommended to use
water softeners.
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Hardness
scale
Degree of hardness
°dH(°N)
m mol/l
°fH(°F)
p.p.m.
0-7
0-1,3
0-12
0-120
2 - Medium
7-14
1,3-2,5
12-25
120-250
3 - Hard
14-21
2,5-3,8
25-37
250-370
>21
>3,8
>37
>370
1 - Soft
4 - Extra hard
In case of hard water add detergent according to the Chart for
degree 1 and add appropriate quantity of water softener (see
manufacturer’s instructions).
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pre-wash feature, you may add washing detergent
directly into the drum.
If you use thick liquid softener it is recommended
to dilute it with water, to prevent clogging of
dispenser compartment ducts.
Washing machine is equipped with the dispenser
partition gate, so you may pour liquid detergent
also into the central compartment. If you use
powder detergent the gate is lifted up, and in case
of liquid detergent it is slid down.
Liquid detergents are intended for main wash
only, without pre-wash.
Insert particularly delicate linen (stockings,
delicate underwear, etc.) into a special laundry
bag.
High spin RPM leaves less moisture in the
laundry which dries out much quicker in a tumble
dryer, thereby saving energy.
Do not put large clumps of detergent into
the soap dispenser as the tube in the
washing machine may clog.
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Cleaning and maintenance
Disconnect the washing machine from the
mains before cleaning!
• The casing should be cleaned with a soft cloth
and mild detergent.
• The interior of the drum and the door gasket is
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cleaned by washing at 60°C without laundry and
adding half quantity of detergent.
If necessary, clean the detergent dispenser. Pull it
out from its casing completely by pressing the flap
(see Fig.).
• If necessary, clean the cover of the bung under
running water.
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• Wash under running water using a brush, and
then dry. Remove any leftover dried detergent
from the bottom of the casing.
• Clean the water inlet hose screen frequently
under running water.
• After each wash wipe the rubber door gasket. This
will prolong its useful life.
• Open the filter lid using a flat screwdriver or
similar tool.
• The filter needs occasional cleaning, especially
following heavily linted or old laundry. Before
cleaning, drain any water from the machine via
the drain hose.
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• Turn in an anti-clockwise direction, pull out and
clean under running water.
• Insert the filter back as shown in the picture
(arrow and pointer), and tighten by turning in a
clockwise direction.
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Failures
The washing machine automatically monitors the
execution of particular functions during the operation,
and reports any detected failures. In such cases
both signal LED’s start flashing in certain sequence,
accompanied by the audible signal, sounding in the
same sequence as the indicator LED’s flash. The
flashing sequence changes in accordance with the
nature of the detected failure.
In some cases you may attempt removing certain
failures yourself.
The machine signals failures immediately after
detecting them and stops the program, except for
heater failure, where the machine completes the
washing program without heating water.
Failures
In certain cases you may remove the failure yourself.
If the WASH LED flashes twice check the door is
closed correctly.
Before calling for service check the following
troubleshooting charts on Page 25 & 26 of the
manual. If you are still unable to remedy the fault call
your nearest authorised service centre on
1300 652 100.
Service calls resulting from any failure arising due to
customer error or not checking the troubleshooting
chart are not covered by warranty and any repair
expenses are to be paid by the customer.
LED’s continue flash until the machine is switched off.
Interferences from the ambient (for example electrical
wiring) could induce signalization of different faults. In
such cases:
- switch the appliance off, and wait for a few seconds;
- switch the appliance back on and repeat the
washing program.
If the fault repeats, call authorized service shop.
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Failure
Possible cause
Remedy
The machine does not
work (indicator LED’s
are not illuminated).
Machine is not powered.
Check if:
• power in the socket,
• the fuse is OK,
• plug is in the socket.
Washing program
does not start (WASH
LED flashes twice).
Door is not properly closed.
Push it towards the machine.
Water does not enter
the machine (after
approx. 8 min the
machine reports
failure).
Disturbed water inlet.
Check if:
• the water tap is open,
• inlet hose filter is clean.
Push the START button.
Water is leaking from
the machine.
Filter is not tightly screwed in.
Inlet hose is not tightly screwed
to the machine or to the water
tap.
Outlet hose has dislodged.
Tighten the filter properly.
Tighten the inlet hose.
Affix the outlet hose to the drain.
The machine moves
during operation.
The machine is not properly
levelled.
Transport brackets are not
removed.
Level the machine with the adjustable
legs.
Remove transport brackets.
The machine vibrates
during the spin.
Unevenly distributed laundry,
especially with very small
quantities.
This is normal, the machine will
reduce the RPM if vibrations are too
strong.
Wash larger quantity of laundry.
Excessive foaming
during washing.
Excessive measure of detergent.
Use washing powder according to
the manufacturers instructions and
according to water hardness and the
amount of soiling of the laundry.
Use only detergents for machine
washing.
Water is poorly
pumped out or not at
all (machine reports
failure).
Water outlet is clogged.
Check if:
• the filter is clean,
• outlet hose is not jammed,
• outlet hose is positioned higher than
1 m.
Push START again.
Laundry is not
properly spun.
No failure is reported.
The machine switched on the
UKS* function. Because of
uneven laundry balance, the
machine has automatically
reduced the spin RPM.
The machine operates normally.
Wash large and small pieces of
laundry together.
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Failure
Possible cause
Remedy
Greasy wads appear
on the laundry.
Too little detergent (laundry was
very greasy).
Wash the laundry again.
Add more detergent for such soiled
laundry, or use liquid detergent.
Laundry is stained
after washing.
You used liquid detergent or
detergent for coloured laundry
which does not contain whitener.
Use the detergent containing
whitener.
White powdery
residues on the
laundry.
It is not the consequence of bad
rinsing, but because of neophosphate detergents containing
non soluble components
(zeolites) for water softening.
Such substances may be
deposited upon the laundry.
Immediately rinse the laundry once
again.
• Use liquid detergents which do not
contain zeolites.
• Try removing the residues with the
brush.
Detergent residues in
the dispenser.
Low water flow pressure.
Some detergents may stick to
the dispenser. Clean dispenser
regularly.
• Clean the inlet hose filter.
• In case of low water pressure
increase water level.
• Wipe the dispenser prior loading
detergent.
Softener is not
completely rinsed,
or water is left in the
dispenser dish.
Cover is not correctly positioned
or is clogged.
Clean the dispenser and firmly fix the
cover in place.
Washing time is
longer than usual.
• The UKS* function has been
activated because of uneven
laundry load.
• Power failure has occurred.
• Washing program time may be
prolonged for 10 minutes and the
machine still functions perfectly.
• Time is prolonged for the power
failure period.
* UKS: universal stability control - this function prevents excessive vibrations during spinning.
In case you were not successful in repairing the
malfunctions in spite of the above troubleshooting
chart call your nearest authorised service centre
on 1300 652 100. Service calls resulting from any
failure arising due to customer error or not checking
the troubleshooting chart are not covered by
warranty and any repair expenses are to be paid by
the customer.
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Tables
Program chart
Duration (min.)
Water cons.
(L/cycle)
Cottons - white
6,5
95
l
l
l
l
136
62
Cottons - colour
6,5
60
l
l
l
l
120
57
Cotton with prewash
6,5
60
l
l
l
145
62
Cottons - intensive
6,5
60
l
l
137
57
3
60
l
l
l
l
120
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Type of laundry
Cottons - easy ironing
Cottons - colour
Dispenser
Spin (RPM)
Temp. (°C)
Additional
functions
Max. load (kg)
Programs
800
l
6,5
40
l
l
l
l
118
57
Synthetics / Permanents Press
3
60
l
l
l
l
112
43
Synthetics with prewash
3
60
Synthetics
3
40
Delicates
2,5
40
Delicates
2,5
30
Wool
2
40
Wool
2
30
1,5
30
3
30
Handwash
Mix
l
l
137
50
l
l
l
l
100
40
l
l
l
l
59
58
l
l
l
l
53
58
l
l
l
l
51
42
l
l
l
l
46
42
400
l
l
l
l
50
57
800
l
l
l
l
75
45
800
700
600
l
cold water
cold and hot water
* Testing program by EN 60456 with the selection of max. spin
RPM.
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Rinse hold
Water plus
Ouick
Program
Spin speed
reduction
Program chart/
Additional functions
Cotton-white
l
l
l
l
Cotton-colour
l
l
l
l
Cotton with pre-wash
l
l
Cotton heavy
l
l
Cotton for easy ironing
l
l
l
l
Cotton
l
l
l
l
Synthetics
l
l
l
l
Synthetics with pre-wash
l
l
Delicate
l
l
l
l
Wool
l
l
l
l
Manual wash
l
l
l
Mix
l
l
l
Basic programs
l
l
l
l
Partial Programs
Rinse
l
Softening
l
Pumping water
Spinning
l possibility
28
l
Maintenance chart
Normal wash
Delicate wash
Whitening
Max.
washing
temp. 95°C
Max.
washing
temp.
40°C
Max.
washing
temp.
60°C
Whitening in cold water
Max.
washing
temp.
30°C
Manual
washing
Washing
not
allowed
Whitening not allowed
Ironing
Hot iron max.
200°C
Hot iron max.
150 °C
Hot iron max.
110 °C
Ironing not
allowed
Dry cleaning
Dry cleaning in all
solvents
Perchlorinetyhlene
R11, R113,
Kerosene
Dry cleaning in
kerosene, in pure
alcohol and in
R 113
Dry cleaning not
allowed
Drying
Place on
flat surface
Hang wet
Hang
High
temperature
Low
temperature
Tumble drying
not allowed
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WARRANTY AND SERVICE
DOMESTIC WARRANTY - FULL FIVE YEAR WARRANTY
In addition to all statutory rights which you, the Consumer, have under the relevant laws in respect
of this appliance, during the first five years of ownership as the original purchaser of this Kleenmaid
appliance, we guarantee that any fault caused by faulty material or workmanship becoming apparent
will be rectified free of charge for parts and labour, provided that all service is performed during normal
working hours by Kleenmaid or their designated Agents. Where the appliance is installed outside the
normal servicing area of the above, the Purchaser must pay for the cost of transporting the appliance
to and from the Agent or the Agent’s travelling cost to and from the Purchaser’s home.
COMMERCIAL WARRANTY - ONE YEAR WARRANTY
When this appliance is installed in a commercial application, you, the Consumer, have under the
relevant laws in respect of this appliance, during your first one year of ownership as the original
purchaser of this Kleenmaid appliance, we guarantee that any fault caused by faulty material or
workmanship becoming apparent, will be rectified free of charge for parts and labour, provided that all
service is performed during normal working hours by Kleenmaid or their designated Agents. Where the
appliance is installed outside the normal servicing area of the above, the Purchaser must pay for the
cost of transporting the appliance to and from the Agent or the Agent’s traveling cost to and from the
Purchaser’s home.
WHAT THESE WARRANTIES DO NOT COVER
We are not responsible for any damage or malfunction unless caused by a defect in material or
workmanship. This includes but is not limited to abuse, misuse, improper installation and transportation
damage. We are not responsible for any consequential damages from any malfunction.
The Consumer must make the appliance available for servicing and shall bear any costs incurred
for any de-installation and/or re-installation required to make the appliance available for servicing.
Kleenmaid is not liable for any consequential damage incurred during de-installation or re- installation.
WARRANTY DOES NOT COVER REPLACEMENT OF LIGHT
GLOBES OR GLASS BREAKAGE DUE TO IMPACT
In case of fractured glass do not use your appliance.
WARRANTY REGISTRATION
Please complete warranty details below and retain together with your proof of purchase document
These documents will need to be viewed by our Service Representative should you request in warranty
service.
SERVICE ASSISTANCE
To assist you when phoning our After Sales Service number to arrange a service call please complete
the following details and have them ready when you call.
Model Number
Date of purchase
Kleenmaid Store purchased from
Date of installation
KLEENMAID AFTER SALES SERVICE
1300 652 100
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